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AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution to support 7 games at launch according to leak

We’re still a few days away from AMD’s second event of the summer, during which the company will reveal the first games to support FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR) technology. Leaks may have already spoiled the announcement though, with a list of FSR games and developers/publishers supporting the feature appearing online. 

Twitter leaker, Broly_X1 (via Videocardz) has leaked a list of seven games that will support AMD’s FidelityFX Super Resolution feature on day-one, in addition to a number of games that plan to add support later down the line. There is also an extensive list of developers and publishers with plans to integrate the feature in released or upcoming projects.

For starters, the seven titles that will have FSR at launch include; 22 Racing, Anno 1800, Evil Genius 2, Godfall, KingShunt, Terminator Resistance and The Riftbreaker. Games that will support the feature later this year include:

  • Asterigos
  • Baldur’s Gate 3
  • DOTA 2
  • Edge of Eternity
  • Far Cry 6
  • Farming Simulator 22
  • Forspoken
  • Myst
  • Necromunda: Hired Gun
  • Resident Evil Village
  • Swordsman Remake
  • Vampire The Masquerade: Bloodhunt

The list of developers and publishers supporting FSR is also expansive, spanning 44 different companies, including big publishers like Capcom, Ubisoft, WB Games, Valve and EA, as well as studios like Obsidian Entertainment, Turtle Rock Studios, Blooper Team, Rebellion and more.

AMD is set to launch Fidelity FX Super Resolution and officially reveal the first supported games on the 22nd of June.

KitGuru Says: Assuming this list is accurate, we should have some good games to test FSR on very soon. Are many of you looking forward to the launch of FSR next week? 

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